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School-Age and Pre-teen

Support your child’s natural curiosity and continued learning, all year long.

  • Fun, free programs that allow school-age children to explore their interests – and discover new ones.
  • Student support programs like Homework Help, Reading Buddies, and Math Buddies
  • Puppet shows, storytimes, entertainers, films and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) programming designed to fight summer learning loss – with fun!
  • Level Up! at Regina Public Library: A chance for children under 12 to win some awesome prizes by tracking their time spent reading and engaging in discover activities this summer.
  • SMART Table: This giant-size tablet, found only at George Bothwell Branch, is also a collaboration tool that makes it easy to get young students excited about learning.

Explore comfortable, welcoming spaces where you and your family can play, learn and grow together.

  • Play areas: Every RPL location has a play area stocked with plenty of toys and library materials to encourage learning through play.
  • Early Literacy Stations: Computers specially designed for children up to eight years, with fun, educational programs ranging from science to reading. Available at Central Adult and Childrens, George Bothwell Branch and Glen Elm Branch.
  • SMART Table: This giant-size tablet, found only at George Bothwell Branch, is also a collaboration tool that makes it easy to get young students excited about learning.

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